It’s a dynamic group of individuals with strong business acumen, years of tech and sales experience, plus the spirit to get things done.
Elaine Bellock is President of ProSys Information Systems. ProSys is a Systems Integrator specializing in designing and implementing IT solutions that bring technical advancement, value and cost savings to its enterprise clients.
In 2020 Elaine joined ProSys Information Systems. Prior to ProSys, she was Vice President of Information Technology at Mitchell Repair and Mitchell 1 and as the Chief Information Officer and President of Star Solutions.
Elaine has more than 30 years’ professional experience. In addition to providing executive direction for day-to-day business operations, she is responsible for directing sales, marketing, finance, accounting, human resources, and operations, Elaine leads a highly certified technical team of solution architects, implementation engineers, contract managers, and service desk personnel.
Her team works side-by-side with clients and top-tier OEM/manufacturing partners to deliver world-class enterprise computing solutions.
Edna Zielmanski joined ProSys as a dedicated SLED Account Executive in July, 2005. In 2018, she became the Director of Public Sector Sales.
Within this role she works with the public sector sales groups within our strategic partners’ organizations to align our public sector goals to the strategic goals of the education technology industry. Edna acts as a resource in the area of public sector sales for all of the ProSys account executives. She continues to work with large metro Atlanta school districts on initiatives that impact student learning.
Edna has worked in the public sector sales arena for 25+ years. Before joining ProSys, she was a partner in a SLED-focused company in Kentucky that represented Digital Equipment and later IBM to school districts throughout the state.
She is an expert at developing long-lasting customer relationships. Edna attributes much of her success to a passion for introducing new technology solutions to K-12 school systems. She considers being a true advocate to the customer a key point in customer relationships that result in continued sales.
Edna attended the University of Pittsburgh and later received a degree in Computer Programming from El Paso Community College.